Football fans demand cheaper Premier League tickets

Football fans will march on the Premier Leagues headquarters in London today to protest against the rising cost of ticket prices.

Organised by the Football Supporters' Federation, the 'Affordable Football for All' demonstration will start at Marble Arch and march to the Premier League and Football League offices.

13 Premier League clubs have raised season ticket prices this year.

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Football fans march demanding cheaper tickets

Football fans from across the country have descended on London for a march to protest the rising cost of season tickets.

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Organised by the Football Supporters' Federation, the protesters met at Marble Arch and marched towards the Premier League's headquarters in Gloucester Place, wielding banners declaring: "Football without fans is nothing" and "Demand cuts in ticket prices".

A meeting was then held with representatives from the Premier League and the Football League to discuss affordable pricing.

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